on Accounting Research and Education

We are pleased to announce this is being offered – with free CPE – as an exclusive benefit to AAA Members.

Upcoming webinars and recordings of prior webinars are described  below.  Come join in a chance to be together, and work together, when it’s hard to get together.

Nov. 07, 2023 1:00 pm Eastern

Incorporating ESG into your Business and Accounting Courses


Karen Osterheld, AAAModerator: Karen Osterheld, AAA

Barbara Porco, Fordham UniversityPresenter: Barbara Porco, Fordham University

Kelly Sullivan, KPMGPresenter: Kelly Sullivan, KPMG

Kelly Ulto, Fordham UniversityPresenter: Kelly Ulto, Fordham University

CPE Information (click here)

Incorporating ESG into your Business and Accounting Courses

This session will feature two ESG classroom resources that can help educators attract future students to the accounting profession. The first module provides a simple and engaging way to incorporate sustainability issues into the academic experience, designed to be agnostic to all majors and disciplines. The second resource is a case study that introduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and data analytics using a hypothetical engagement team's assurance procedures.

Learning Objective(s): To learn about different ways to incorporate ESG/Sustainability issues into the classroom.
CPE Information: Accounting - 1.2 CH
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation:

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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